Magis

In August 2019, Beech Hill played host to ecoMAGIS, between a retreat and an ‘experience week’ inspired by Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’. A group of young people travelled to the beautiful small-holding in the heart of Cheshire to learn about and practise sustainable living both as individuals and as a society. None of them really knew what to expect, but the week proved to be enjoyable and formative for all involved.Some retreatants were particularly attracted to the time set aside to...
The JECSE Formators Conference 2019 brought together the formators of Jesuit Schools across Europe in Manresa, Dublin, at the end of March. This wonderful experience aimed at enriching all the participants, forming the teachers on identity and mission. It was also an opportunity to remind everyone of the value of the Jesuit European Committee for Primary and Secondary Education as a platform for widening perspective while building a common purpose.There were representatives from ten different...
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MAGIS is a meeting of young people (ages 18-30) from all over the world who are interested in Ignatian spirituality (more).The program offers an opportunity to share a unique experience at three distinct levels: individual growth, relationships with God and others, and intercultural dialogue.If you want to enjoy the MAGIS experience, be sure to mark the dates of July 15-31, 2016 in your calendar (the MAGIS program ends on July 25, when World Youth Day starts) (more)The central figure of the...
With just under 12 months to go before the official preparations for Magis 2016 get underway in Poland, the Jesuits are appealing for prayers - and funds - to support the event. Magis is a meeting of young people (aged 18 to 30) from all over the world who are interested in Ignatian spirituality. The programme offers an opportunity to share a unique experience at three distinct levels: individual growth, relationships with God and others, and intercultural dialogue.Magis dates back to 1997,...
Are you a young Catholic - 17 to 30 years old? Why not join the Jesuits for MAGiS in Ireland from 6-17 August 2014?MAGIS is a time to deepen your faith, to make new friendships and to discover ways in which to live the faith in your daily life through experiences of pilgrimage, poverty, creativity or care for the earth.The deadline for signing up is 30 June so sign up today  through www.magis14.org or contact samuel.overloop@gmail.com.Follow this link for full details about the MAGIS2014...
MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where there will be workshops themed around the questions “Who am I” and “Who is God”. Every day we will pray, work and celebrate together as well as having lots of fun. After...
Do you want to meet other Christian young adults?Do you want to discover how to make of the world a better place?Do you want to discover who God is for you?Join the Experience in Magis Ireland.MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where...
The Jesuits in Britain are committed to developing the faith life of young adults.  We run a range of retreats, discussion groups, special services, weeks of guided prayer, and social justice volunteering  opportunities.Rooted in the Ignatian tradition we aim to provide opportunities for young adults (people aged 18-35) to experience Christ, understand Christ and ultimately live a life centred on Christ in our world. Young Adult Ministry MassesThe first Young Adult Mass began on...